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THE DAILY N E B R A S K A N
mlngs, Allien Krlng, HnrlUf Dunlap,
LobIIo Ferguson. Clnronco Noff, Elmer
Zlmmormiin, FranclB Knnpplo, Enrl
Bm MrP.lny, Slawjul
Lecso. Kdwnrd Albrocht, Thurston
Morris, Harold linger, II. Vandlvor,
rllornmn Schrocder, Fred Motheny,
Unrry Hrlun, Fred Sllsboo, Mnrlon
MlndcnWnrrcn Orcutt, Richard
Rogers, Daniel Johnson, Josoph Potor
Bon, Konnoth Carmnn, Georgo Kings
ley, Klllott Olson.
Nobrnskn City William Hughey,'
John Porter, Siunuol Kellogg, John
Schultz, Hugh Gllmoro, Richard
Nosky, Napoleon Larslu -
Nowman Grove Donald Hlnman,
noth Plohn, Carl Roach, Harry StearnB,
Stuart Rico, John Rlckott.
Soward Edward Hoeson, Elmer
Gaff, Harold Miller, Tholbort Ramsay,
Gnll HhnrnH. lformnn Wollor. Eugene
Sholton Albort Carlson, Eugene
Hennlngor, Frank Honnlngor, Roy
Hennlngor, Walter Wlcst, Guy Hen
nlngor, Wllllo Mullln.
Sldnoy F. Parks, Willis, ' Grayblll,
CloBinan Buzza, Dolan, 0. Parks.
Sllvor Creek Wallaco Carter, Wll
lard Cartor, Frank Tlvoy, GIfford
Hutchison, Cass Halstoad, Lynn Plm
mons. South Omaha Paul McBrlde, Carl
J3bal, Bryan lilon, Louis Foloy1
Gcorgo Bott, Lyman Corr, Ralph
Loach. Howard Bolcourt, Theodore
Kordmakor, William Graham, Forrest
Stuart Charles E. Burke, George
Burko, Itobort Mains, Sylvester Mur-J
phy, W, B. JoneB, Rawley Stuart
Superior Herbert Gilchrist, Don
Montgomery, Cal Hurrah, Gordon
Teal, Fred Rossmoyer, Hugo Rustow.
Sutton Carl Grosohaus, Oliver An
thes, Carl Nolde, Oscar Grless, Henry
Molhalf, Hugo Oschsner, Benjamin
FRAT BA8KETBALL C0NTE8T
NEARING THE CLOSE
Four Teams Have One Thousand Per
Cwnt Phi Psl Stands Alone In
the 8ccond Division.
Jacobaen, Harold Olson, Stanley John
son, Gcorgo SkllltBad.
Oakdale Roger Brown, Lawrence
Adams, Enos Adams, Ollvor Hayes,
Bernard Warwick, Charles Peets, Roy
Ohlowa William Domolor, Louis
Domoler. Jacob Pflng, Elmer Garrison,
Millard Schafer, Joe Siobor, John Gar
rison, Raymond Noyhart.
Omaha Mark HugheB, James Gar-
-dlnerrMnhuir'Berry7PauUFlotawTUlua.-lZlmmorIlQr John Chambers, Waltoi J,
Frat basketball has begun to take
on added Interest during tho last
week. Tho leading teams have played
a majority of their codtests and the
raco has narrowed down so that tho
outcomo Is not far distant, In the (
first division the raco has simmered
down to threo teams, Alpha Thota
Chi, Delta TaU Delta and Kappa
Sigma. All of these teams havo been
victorious Ja every game, Delta. Tjiu
having won threo contests and tho
Al DhaJhots and Kappa Sigs each
sell Larmon, Ituy Platz, Edward Bau
man, E. Engstrom, Ernest Adams,
Lloyd Payntor, Benjamin Porcupllo,
LeRoy Buzzard, Frank Peterson.
Ord Lesllo Flynn, William Ilenck,
LobIIo Martz, Henry Zlkmunil, Alfred
Soronson, Byr'oh Eyerley, Earl Barnos,
LolBh Carson. Louis Price, Wllber
Papllllon Milton Jungmoyor, Wal
tor Jungmelor, Kehnoth Brown, Claudo
Welch, Lloyd Wright, Paul Frlcke.
Pawneo City Byford Anderson,
John Anderson, James Daugherty, Joe
Gabby, Carl Martin, Ralph Tracy,
Miles Carter, Ernest Atkinson, Ber
Piorce August Mansko, Bryan Pow
ers, Byron Roberts, Waldo Roimors,
Morrill Vanderpool, Dayton- Wltten.
Ravonna Guy Franklin, Edward
KoBtal, Ray Miller, George Tlbbotts,
Emll Smalm, Ray RasmusBen, Lisle
Hale,- Henry Gramly.
Schuylor Charles Hoops, Harry
ChronlBtor, W.ill Knopf, Dalo Smith,
five. Theso last two teams will de
cide their supromacy today when they
meet at six -x'clock. In tho second
division, Phi Kappa Psl is tho only
team which has not as yet been de
feated, and unless some team comes
to the front and trims them they will
bo tho champions of tho second divi
sion. Standing of Frat Basketball Teams.
Scotts' Bluff Charles Wright, Kon-
University Jeweler and
C. A. TUCKER
S. S. SHEAN
1123 0 St. Yellow Front
Your Patronage Solioited
A New Pair of
1132 O STREET
Syracuse Carl Amende, Fred Motz
gor, Harry Amende, Ross France, El
mer Pohlman, Walter Goob.
tromsburg Arthur Plorson, Albino
Rodino, Georgo Llnd, Frank McCue,
Wesley ErlcBon, Wesloy Colson, Rob
Tecumsoh Lon Graf, Merle Town-
send, Howard, Stewart, Harry Living
ston, Mortimer Jordan, Calvin McCoy,
Fred Buorstotta, Dwight Barnes, Hu
bert McCoy, Wllber Sherman.
-Tokamah Harry Farrens, Dalo Gib
son, Warren MncGregor, Raleigh Ire
land, Andrew Nesbit, Joe Bliss.
Tomplo High School- Hallie Bow
ors, John Eisele, Stanley Henry, Curtis
Kimball, Carl Manko, Georgo Neal,
Edward Sullivan, Homer Woyant.
University Place Caylo Grubb, Ar
vid Elchborg, Georgo Bamy, Irwin
Clark, Carl Amos, Everett Cole, Har
old Mageo, Paul Allen.
West Point LeRoy Krauso, John
Krauso, Donald Elliott, Wayno Wolls,
Wllbor Ignac Prucha, Wjllllam To
blska, Mllo Beck, Robert Sloplcka,
James Plihal, Anton Frldrlch, Frank
York Bernard Tranger, AlonzaJ
MIIIob, Fred Olmstead, James Conway,
Charles- Hannls, Earl Osborn, Loland
Stonor, William Davidson, Charles
Cox, Donald Bell.
Tho prlco of admission, to Ihe big
tournnmont will be 25 cents. A season
ticket, entitling tho holder- to enter at
any and all times, may bo purchased
for ono dollar.
Alpha Thota Chi 5 0
Delta Tau Delta 3 0
Kappa Sigma 5 0
Phi Kappa Psl 3 0
"Sigma Alpha Epsilon.4 1
Phi Delta Theta 4 1
Sigma Chi 2 1
Phi Gamma Delta . . .2 4
Sigma Phi Epsilon ... 1 3
Beta Theta Pi 1 3
Alpha Sigma Phi 1 4
Delta Upsllon 2 2
Delta Chi 1 ' 5
Alpha Tau Omega... D 3
Sigma Nu . . 0 5
Delta Upsllon '. .18
Delta Chi 4
Sigma Ohl 25
Phi Gamma Delta 15
Phi Delta Theta 22
Sigma Alpha Epsilon 17
Beta Thota Pi Forfeited
(Continued from page 1.)
querors of such teams as Michigan and
Wisconsin, will play In Lincoln. One
week before thoy play Nebraska they
meet Michigan State at Lansing. 0"n"
the day that they play at Nebraska,
Michigan State will play the greatest
Intersectlonal game of 1914 when they
moet Harvard on Soldiers field at
Cambridge. Saturday, October 24,
Ames will play In Lincoln. No ono
who has over seen an Ames-Nebraska
football game will question tho caflbre
of tho contest In store for the fans.
Mornlngsido makes her first ap
pearance In Lincoln November 8. Tho
people up at Sioux City are planning
on invading Lincoln in force. This
should bo a good game. Our friends
the Kansas Jayhawkers will play us
on our home lot November 15. No
prophesies will be mader but the warn
ing will bo dropped: There Is a gamo
to bo played the day Kansas comes.
On November 22 tho last game of tho
season will bo played at Iowa City.
No schedule in tho hlBtory of Ne
braska was over stlffer. No schedule
ever offered a better comparison as
to tho merit of tho Cornhuskers with
.thOtJMg-teamB of tho United- States.
October 1 Washburn, Nebraska
October 8 South Dakota, Nebraska
October 17 Kansas Aggies, Man
hattan. October 24 Michigan Aggies, Ne
October 31 AmeB, Nebraska Field.
November 7 Mornlngslde, Nebras
November 14 Kansas,- Nebraska
Novembor 21 Iowa, Iowa City.
8IG ALPHS HOLD
FORMAL AND BANQUET
Large Number of Alumni Present
The Cabaret Banquet Proves
Tho formal party of Sigma Alphk
Epsilon took placo Friday evoning
and was followed on Saturday evening
by tho annual banquet. In addition to
tho twenty-four actlvo members, many
out-of-town and Lincoln alumni were
present. The out-of-town alumni who
attended aro: B. W. Emloy, Wlsner;
Waltor McGowan, Scotts Bluff; Clark
Johnson, Grand Island; GUs Lofgren,
Knoxvlllo, Tennosseo; Walter Mun
son and Alvln Mutfson, Osceolai Cvar
Iob Arterburn, St. Paul; Cecil Bacho-
Titch7 Falrtraryr DrrJr-Pr-Sldlorr
York; A. L. Short, Denver; Paul
Meyer, Omaha; Nelson B. Ruo, Ames,
Iowa; J. L. Thelfe, Lawrence, Kansas;
A. ,A. May, Gothenburg; King Lyons,
Palls City; Wlllard Clapp, Elmwood;
Hal Minor, Hastings; D. F. Meeker,
Imperial; Paul Harrington, 'Wayne;
Ted Mills, Osceola; A. H. Kurtz, Bea
trice. Tho Lincoln alumni present
are: D. B. Temple, Georgo Fawoll,
Glen Moseley, Georgo Widonor, Wll-
LECTURES THIS WEEK
Tlpha Tau Omega Postponed
Sigma Nu Forfeited
Phi Kappa Pel Postponed
Sigma Alpha Epsilon
Phi Delta Thota '.
Sigma Phi Epsilon Forfeited
Kappa Sigma 7. . .T.T. . . . . 26
Alpha Sigma Phi..... 10
The officials of tho University of
Michigan and of the other colleges of
that' state are agitating tho establish
ment of circular "dry zones" surround
ing each college, no saloon being per
mitted nearer than five miles.
Hani Wjdone'r, ' JohnBcachToy7 "Rober r
Wilson, Ralph Minor, Alan Fields, Jr.,
Fred Funko, Wray Llndley, Ray Do
Putron, Dr. Ralph Ludwlck, Chester
H. Ward, Larry Lahr, Ted Moseley,
Edwin J. Faulkner, Ray .Elliott, Martin
The banquet wata a very novel af
fair, taking the form of an original
cabaret. Ralph B. Minor acted In tho
position corresponding to toastmastor
and different stunts werq given by
Gcorgo Fawell, Will McMullln, Jr.,
Fred Archibald, Harry Haynib, Jack
Emley, George Sturgess and H. H.
Corey. The plan proved a great success.
Flyo times as man women are at
tending German universities thia year
than were in attendance four years
4-Sgft-thft s,t-E-N-Q-T-Y-P-E Demonstration
in our booth at Auditorium this weelcNew classes aro being
formed. J3nter any time for
STENOTYPY, SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING,
BOOKKEEPING, PENMANSHIP, ETO.
Lincoln Business College
New Home at 14th & P Streets. w
E. 0. BIGGER, Pres. W. N. WATSON, V. Pres.
W. A. ROBBINS, Seo'y.
Professor Oshyald Addresses Students
Upon ''Colloids" Will Be
Here All Week.
Dr. Wolfgang Ostwnld, of tho Uni
versity of Leipzig, spoko 'before tho
students of physical sclenco on tho
definitions of tho colloids yesterday.
By. a sorlcfo of Interesting experiments
ho showed tho conoids or a numtfoT
of tho mora common motalB and or
He discussed tho nhenomona of dif
fusion anu dialysis and emphasized
tho Importance of thesq methods In
tho separation of tho different col
loids. Tho 'second of his series of flvo lec
tures will bo given tomorrow evening
in tho lecture room of tho Braco lab
oratory at 5 o'clock. Evoryono Is in
ylted to attend.
Every thing Now
4 Our new spring stock of Men's Suits, Over
coats, Caps and Furnishings now on display.
Nothing more desirable will be found in Lincoln
Glad to show them to you how.
Wilson to .Attend Reunion.
Announcement waB mado at Prince
ton that President Wilson Is planning
to attend tho thirty-fifth reunion of
his class. Tfao celebration will bo hold
on tho Saturday of commencement
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